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.NET SDK

Apideck offers native SDKs in several popular programming languages. Choose one language below to see our API Reference in your application’s language.

Command Line
dotnet add package Apideck

Getting started

The module supports all Apideck API endpoints. For complete information about the API, head to the docs. All endpoints require a valid apiKey so that's the only required parameter to initialize a new Apideck client

.NET
using Apideck.Api;
using Apideck.Client;
using Apideck.Model;

namespace Example
{
    public class CompaniesAllExample
    {
        public static void Main()
        {
            Configuration config = new Configuration();
            // Configure API key authorization: apiKey
            config.AddApiKey("Authorization", "API_KEY");
            config.AddApiKeyPrefix("Authorization", "Bearer");

            var apiInstance = new CrmApi(config);
            var raw = false;  // bool? | Include raw response. Mostly used for debugging purposes (optional)  (default to false)
            var consumerId = "CONSUMER_ID";  // string | ID of the consumer which you want to get or push data from (optional)
            var appId = "APP_ID";  // string | The ID of your Unify application (optional)
            var serviceId = "salesforce";  // string | Provide the service id you want to call (e.g., pipedrive). [See the full list in the connector section.](#section/Connectors) Only needed when a consumer has activated multiple integrations for a Unified API. (optional)

            try
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Calling Apideck");
                // List companies
                GetCompaniesResponse result = apiInstance.CompaniesAll(raw, consumerId, appId, serviceId);
                Console.WriteLine("Success", result);
            }
            catch (ApiException e)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Exception when calling CrmApi.CompaniesAll: " + e.Message);
                Console.WriteLine("Status Code: " + e.ErrorCode);
                Console.WriteLine("Detail: " + e.ErrorContent);
            }
        }
    }
}